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Be confident in the safety and efficacy of the dietary supplements you purchase
With thousands of natural medicines on the market and many claiming to work, we provide you with the facts. Many products claim to be safe and effective after being tested in rats, mice, and cells in a petri dish, but we review human clinical trials on the safety and efficacy of natural medicines because we are not rats, mice, or cells in a petri dish.
With so many cooking oils on the market today, are any of them actually nutritious? Many oils are fads, even to the point that a contestant on Shark Tank mentioned that coconut oil was a “superfood...”
I am not a going to the doctor getting prescriptions to fix everything kind of guy, but that morning when I rose from my chair after doing a bit of writing, the pain in my side was so great it reeled me back down into a sitting position...
The next time you read a label, look again at the ingredients. Natural flavors. What are these natural flavors? With increasing transparency for the foods we eat; for instance, the labeling of foods produced with GMOs...
I don't know about you, but we here at NatureClaim found it quite difficult to choose the right multivitamin. While standing in Costco's dietary supplement aisle, we were quickly overwhelmed by the many choices...
In the United States, the sale of natural medicines, specifically herbal supplements reached a record high of 6.922 billion USD in 2015. Even though in 2014 and 2015 there were a number of negative media reports...
Korey Brownstein, Ph.D., received a doctoral degree in Molecular Plant Sciences from Washington State University—one of the top five plant science programs in the nation. His research investigated anti-inflammatory medicinal plants. These findings were published in Metabolomics, a premier journal in this field. His many achievements include the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, ARCS Foundation Fellow, Don and Mary Ann Parachini Scholarship in Entrepreneurship, NSF Innovation Corps Program, and others. During his graduate career, he recognized that consumers lacked advice on the safety and efficacy of dietary supplements. These problems remain relevant today. Information is readily available online, but these websites promote products with misinformation. This led him to develop the site, NatureClaim.